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Bridge Collapse

Updated: 05/24/2003 - Crews have been working through the day Saturday to clear debris from I-80 after a bridge collapsed.

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Settlement

Updated: 05/23/2003 - Littleton-based EchoStar Communications has agreed to pay five million dollars to settle customer service complaints in 13 states.

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Water Study

Updated: 05/23/2003 - Colorado will spend a half-million dollars to study a plan to pipe unused Colorado River water across the Continental Divide.

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Death Penalty Case

Death Penalty

Updated: 05/22/2003 - Attorney General Ken Salazar is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review a Colorado Supreme Court decision that overturned two death penalty sentences.

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Colorado Growth

Updated: 05/23/2003 - The number of people moving into Colorado is 0 slowing down.

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Scaling Mt. Everest

Updated: 05/22/2003 - A Fort Collins man has become the first Coloradan to reach the summit of Mount Everest this year.

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Free Concert

Updated: 05/21/2003 - Country music superstar gives free concert for Southern Colorado military.

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Prison Worker Death Lawsuit

Updated: 05/21/2003 - Family of prison worker killed in Limon Correctional Facility plans to sue the state.

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Redistricting Lawsuit

Updated: 05/21/2003 - The Secretary of State has petitioned state Supreme Court hoping to stop congressional redistricting lawsuit.

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Heightened Security

Homeland Security

Updated: 05/21/2003 - State Authorities step up behind the scenes security for holiday weekend.

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Pueblo Special Election

Updated: 05/21/2003 - Pueblo's controversial smoking ban is approved in a special election.

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Healthy Forest Initiative

Updated: 05/21/2003 - President Bush is urging Congress to act quickly on a new forest plan sponsored by Colorado Representative Scott McInnis.

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Stranger Danger

Updated: 05/20/2003 - Colorado Springs Police want to talk to a man who seems to be "watching" children in a Stetson Hills neighborhood.

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Helping The Troops

Updated: 05/19/2003 - There are e-mails out there asking for help for the military, but, Fort Carson says, these are not the best things to respond to if you want to help our troops.

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Court Child Care

Updated: 05/19/2003 - Colorado Springs courts are now offering child care services for people attending court.

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D-70 Superintendent Suspended

Updated: 05/19/2003 - Pueblo's District 70 school board suspends its superintendent pending an investigation into a possible drunk driving accident.

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Colorado Tax Amnesty

Updated: 05/19/2003 - The state launches a new program that will allow delinquent taxpayers to pay up during June without penalty and only half the interest.

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Special Forces Return

Updated: 05/19/2003 - Members of Fort Carson's 10th Special Forces Group are returning from Iraq.

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D-70 Superintendent Arrested

Updated: 05/19/2003 - The superintendent for District 70 schools in Pueblo is facing charges stemming from a car accident.

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Pueblo Smoking Ban Vote

Updated: 05/19/2003 - Pueblo voters will get a chance to vote on a controversial smoking ban on Tuesday.

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Fire Mitigation

Updated: 05/19/2003 - The Bush administration is working to come up with the best ways to deal with federal forest land at high risk for wildfires this summer.

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State Fair Tickets on Sale

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Updated: 05/18/2003 - Hundreds of people began lining up Saturday to be the first to get tickets to this year's state fair

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